Freedom — this is the one word cyclists generally use to describe their passion to course at high-speeds through the great outdoors. And it's precisely this enjoyment of freedom that makes it all the more annoying when your toes or feet become numb, you experience pain in the balls of your feet or your calves begin to cramp up. When pedaling, high pressure is generated in the forefoot of the shoe. Because the feet are kept rigid, however, they tend to go numb quickly. At the same time, cyclists’ highly trained calf muscles pull on the Achilles tendon, causing pain and cramping. Sensorimotor foot orthoses stimulate the muscles in the soles of your feet, allowing them to work harder and stimulate blood circulation. The high pressure generated under the soles is redistributed more effectively, eliminating painful symptoms of strain in the balls of your feet. Live out your freedom!